From belly full to belly up, downtown’s high-profile restaurant and its sister spot in OTR closed suddenly last month. The owner and his former managers and employees offer conflicting reasons as to why.
A Victorian era paternity case takes us back to a Cincinnati where sex was shameful, abortion was murder, and women were second-class citizens.
In gowns and crowns, the Queen City Court has been doing drag for charity for more than 30 years.
The American Sign Museum has become a pop culture phenomenon. Now the organization is in the home stretch of a $5.5 million project that will expand its Camp Washington footprint in ways that honor the past and look toward tomorrow.
A generation of national rock bands, local musicians, and club kids came of age at the legendary Short Vine bar/laundromat. But its spirit of connecting people through live music isn’t all in the past.
In 2018, following a series of mistakes by Cincinnati’s 911 system and police, 16-year-old Kyle Plush died. His parents, Jill and Ron Plush, now consult with emergency call centers to make sure that tragedy never happens again.
He launched CCM’s musical theater program, Kings Island, The Banks, Rhinegeist, and Playhouse in the Park to new levels. Mostly, though, he’s focused on creating smiles, opening minds, and touching hearts.
The retro arcade game, a Cincinnati invention, ricochets into a new age.
Who’s lost, what’s gained, and why it matters—seeing the conflicts through my own experience as a Pendleton landlord.
A rapping puppet, a public TV station, and a UC economist team up to teach children about financial literacy and making good choices.